A really interesting article about a Street Library in India

A 9-year-old girl (yep that’s only 3rd grade) started a library for disadvantaged children who want to learn to read.

Muskan Arihar recognized the importance and necessity for literacy and education for all at a young age and took initiative to start the library on her own in Bhopal, India.

The library is called Bal Pustakalaya, which translates to “Children’s Library” capturing the heart of the mission — a library run by and for children.

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Source: Global Citizen

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